Language Lesson 1: بِــرمّــتــه

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7 Responses to Language Lesson 1: بِــرمّــتــه

  1. ncajee says:

    Are there any books you would recommend that address this subject?

  2. Maryam says:

    Assalaamu alaykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakaatuh yaa faDiilata s-Shaykh, HafiZakumullaah

    Jazaakumullaahu khair for a most interesting and enjoyable lesson. How the meaning of bi rummati hii came about was fascinating, yet with your very easy to understand explanations, it was also very easy, natural and logical for the mind to accept and appreciate. And I really enjoyed the format of the lesson – you anticipated all the questions that immediately occur to the reader as he is going through the lesson. Then straightaway, alhamdulillaah, you asked and then answered them!

    All in all, a delightful study experience!

    Wasalaamu alaykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakaatuh faDiilata s-Shaykh.

  3. Ibrahim says:

    Alsalamu alaykum,

    Thank you for the brilliant website. I have forwarded to some of my friends. Jazak Allah khair for increasing my knowledge.

    Ibrahim from New Zealand :)

  4. Mohammad says:

    AsSalamou alaykoum wa rahmatollhi wa barakatoho ya fadilata-assheikhou,

    since yersterday night, I read several times this lesson with many beautiful teachings.

    This “roummatoun” and “ramiimoun” is surprising.

    Incha’Allah, baraka Allahou fikoum to take the time to prepare so beautiful lectures with different colors.

    Hafidhakoum Allahou ya fadilata Asseikhou

  5. Nelson Bittencourt says:

    As- salamu aleikum warahmatu allahi wa barakatuhu.

    I am a Portuguese and English teacher in Brazil. I have been learning the Arabic language in other to understand the Holy Qur´an. Since 2010, I have been learning it through Dr. Abdur Rahim´s Books. Hence, I started translating his Arabic Books into my own language – Portuguese.

    What do you think of having your Great books in Portuguese? In shaa Allahu, next year i intend to start teaching Arabic to Brazilian beginners.

    jusnelson13@hotmail. com
    jusnelson13@hotmail. com

    • dr.vaniya says:

      From Admin
      وعليكم السلام ورحمة الله وبركاته Brother Nelson,

      I have forwarded your message to our Shaykh for permission to translate his books into Portuguese.

      May Allaah bless your wonderful efforts to learn and teach the language of the Glorious Qur’aan.

  6. Munawar says:

    assalamualaik, dear sheik, jazaakallahu khairan,
    I am really benefiting from this course. but is it possible for me to have a direct language lesson in class instead of the online lesson. i am from Mississauga Canada.

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